33 Rob Gunderson

2013-14 SENIOR SEASON: Wrapped up collegiate career with UAA with an all-time record of 24-42-10 … in the UAA record books, 24 wins ranks sixth all-time, while he ranks third all-time in goals-against average at 3.14 … finished seventh all-time with 4,505.07 minutes between the pipes … save percentage of .886 is tied for seventh all-time … furnished five assists throughout career … concluded senior season with action in 21 games … posted a 10-8-2 winning record with victories against Quinnipiac, Alabama Huntsville, Michigan Tech, Alaska Fairbanks, Lake Superior State, Bowling Green … also was in net on March 15 when UAA defeated UAF, 5-4, in the WCHA First Round to advance to the WCHA Final Five for just the third time in program history … ended season with a .900 save percentage, 2.57 goals-against average and 449 saves … logged 1,167.53 minutes in the crease … allowed 50 goals, including 12 power play and three shorthanded … after UAA season ended, signed with the Alaska Aces and was a member of their Kelly Cup Championship team.

2012-13 JUNIOR SEASON: Concluded third season at UAA with a 2-11-4 record in 18 games played … registered a .873 save percentage and a 3.89 goals-against average … made 454 saves in 1,017.29 minutes played … furnished two assists – Oct. 13 vs. Air Force and Feb. 8 at Michigan Tech … posted a career- and team-high 45 saves on March 8 at Denver, along with a career-high 20 saves in a period … posted wins over Merrimack (Oct. 20) and at Michigan Tech (Feb. 8) … after three seasons, ranks No. 10 in goals-against average (3.34) and No. 11 in save percentage (.881) and saves (1,378) on the UAA all-time goaltender career records.

2011-12 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Suited up between the pipes in 20 games, getting the starting nod in 17 … finished season with a .869 save percentage and a 3.61 goals-against average … recorded a 5-10-2 record … earned first collegiate shutout on Oct. 14 against Nebraska Omaha in the Brice Alaska Goal Rush tournament … furnished 386 saves and logged 963:05 minutes in the crease … earned second career assist on Oct. 14 against the Mavericks … picked up wins against UNO, Minnesota State (Nov. 25), Colorado College (Dec. 9), Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 4) and St. Cloud State (Feb. 17) … posted a team-high 41 saves at Minnesota State on Nov. 26 … on the all-time UAA goaltender career lists, holds ranks of 16th for wins (12), tied for 7th in save percentage (.885), third in goals-against average (3.10), 14th in minutes played (2,319:14)  and 15th in saves (924) … named to the Brice Alaska Goal Rush All-Tournament Team.

2010-11 FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw plenty of action in the crease, dressing for 23 games and 1,356:40 minutes ... recorded a 7-13-2 record throughout the year with a 2.74 goals-against average and a .897 save percentage ... tied for No. 5 on the all-time UAA single-season list for GAA and tied for No. 8 for save percentage … in the WCHA overall statistics, finished 10th in goals-against average, No. 11 in save percentage and No. 12 in winning percentage … claimed WCHA Rookie of the Week honors on Jan. 18 for helping UAA sweep Colorado College on Jan. 14-15 with 38 saves combined … posted a season-high 43 saves at Minnesota on Jan. 28 and 40 saves against North Dakota on Feb. 12 … tallied a season-high 17 saves in the first period against CC (Nov. 26) and Minnesota (Jan. 28) … suited up for a season-high 11 straight games from Nov. 26 to Jan. 28 … helped the Seawolves to victories over ranked Colorado College, Wisconsin and Nebraska Omaha … recorded first collegiate assist at Minnesota Duluth on Oct. 22 … registered a season-high .933 save percentage in victory over Air Force on Oct. 9 in the Kendall Hockey Classic.

BEFORE UAA: Suited up for the Brooks Bandits of the AJHL for three seasons ... registered a 52-30-7 record in 96 games with a 3.08 goals-against average and a .899 save percentage ... played in the 2008-09 All-Star game ... received Most Improved honor for the Bandits in 2007-08 and 2008-09 ... attended the Team Canada West tryouts ... attended Catholic Central High.

PERSONAL: Born May 1, 1990 in Lethbridge, Alberta ... son of Rob (Sr.) and Tannis Gunderson ... two siblings – Kristen and Karlee ... enjoys playing golf in spare time ... psychology major.

Most Saves/Game     45  3/8/13 at DU
Most Saves/Period   20  3/8/13 at DU
Assists             1   5 times (last: 10/18/13 vs WMU)
Shutouts            1   10/14/11 vs. UNO


Position: Goaltender
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 193
Year: Senior
Hometown: Lethbridge, Alberta (Brooks Bandits/AJHL)
Experience: 4 Letters